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  1. Can QR codes be added to documents to include metadata for Evernote scans. (Similar to products like Rocketbook) Use case: Scan a paper-printed notepad containing a QR code that when scanned with Evernote will associate metadata contained in the QR code to the extracted PDF image of the page content Examples of metadata included in QR code: Notebook: assign the scan to a specific notebook Tag: tag the scan ie "paper_notes" Date: assign the scan to a specific date / time Questions Can this be accomplished with the current version of Evernote and if not, can this be accomplished via a custom app and the Evernote API.
  2. Hello. I am just curious why the tagging functions between a Macbook Pro , and an iPad Pro version of Evernote are different? For example - an EN Tag by name of "Personal Car". On the Macbook, I have to write (if not select) "specifically" the tag word-per-word, letter-per-letter, whereas with iPad pro I only have to write the tag on the note "car" so the device itself remembers the Tag "Personal Car". Correct me if I am wrong but our ICT Staff mentioned this term as - Metadata.
  3. Use its OCR capability to identify that a note is a statement, - Then to identify and add to meta-data the vendor\bank and identify the statement date and also the date range of the statement,
  4. I have a scenario and I'm trying to find the best way Evernote can help me. I am preparing for a trial and I plan to put all the trial exhibits in a notebook in Evernote so I can quickly bring them up during trial. (The tagging, searching, and note-taking features in Evernote are valuable for this.) I typically name my notes "YYYY-MM-DD <title>" so I can view them chronologically. But the exhibit numbers (the number by which the court will refer to the documents) are not ordered chronologically. My question is: once I have my exhibits in Evernote arranged chronologically, is there a way I could also search by their given exhibit numbers? For example: 3. 2000-12-31 Email 1. 2001-01-01 Agreement 2. 2001-01-02 Note I'd like to be able to alternately see this list in order of their exhibit numbers and in chronological order. Seems I would need to add a new field for this, but it does not seem this option is available. I've heard someone mention the possibility of editing the "Created Date" but I don't know if or how that's possible. Best I've come up with is to generate a Table of Contents and manually sort it by exhibit number and maintain it separate from the main list, which is an extra layer of ongoing document management I'd like to avoid. Any ideas?
  5. I just noticed a difference in search behavior between Macintosh and Windows and and I'd like to know what folks think about this. I have a saved search called "Daily Review." The search is: [updated:day -tag:call] (the call tag is to filter out phone call records, which come in thanks to IFTTT) On Windows this usually shows fewer notes than on Mac. When I look at the note metadata, I see that on Windows, notes only have a modified timestamp if I actually modified them, while on Mac (and Android FWIW), the modified timestamp appears to be assumed equal to the created timestamp. Here's a screenshot from Windows to illustrate: If I didn't have that call tag, I could change my search to [any: created:day updated:day], but adding in the call tag doesn't work: [any: created:day updated:day -tag:call] returns lots that aren't from today, and that's as expected given the search grammar. Any thoughts on how to approach this?
  6. 現在仕様によれば、データ保存をSDカードに指定していても、ファイル数が2万を超える私の環境では数GBあるメタデータが内部記憶領域を圧迫しています。速度は犠牲になってもよいので、メタデータもSDカードに保存するオプションは指定できないものでしょうか?
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